Dance Team Alaska lost their battle round on national television, but they caught the attention of commentators and audience alike.
A Japan-based energy company is eyeing an export opportunity for Cook Inlet natural gas.
The Arctic Council wrapped up the first major meeting under U.S. chairmanship this week in Anchorage.
About 20 people a day are being hospitalized for using the street drug Spice. Some say they tried it once but were scared, others say they don't care about the risks.
The minor fiscal move fits within a more contentious conversation about public safety staffing.
The Alaska State Trooper post in Girdwood will remain open until the end of June.
A meeting of the city's public safety committee was dominated by personnel discussing the toll its taking on their staff, resources, and budgets.
A Palmer legislative field hearing sheds light on a prison ankle monitoring plan.
A Georgia-based media group with several papers and magazines in Alaska misled readers with a controversial editorial that local editors were told to republish with improper attribution.
New financial literacy focused program hopes to improve outcomes to Anchorage youth and adults.
Mat Su Borough's October 6 election results were certified on Tuesday evening. All but one. The Borough's District 7 race is being contested by Doyle Holmes, the candidate who lost it. Winner Randall Kowalke will have to wait until an investigation is complete before being sworn in.
The Matanuska-Susitna Borough's new mayor was sworn in Tuesday. Vern Halter was declared mayor after the Borough Assembly certified the Oct. 6 election Tuesday night.
One of the problems trying to enforce existing rules is that "spice" refers to a wide umbrella of drugs containing a number of different synthetic substances.
The Matanuska Susitna Borough mayor's race goes to Vern Halter.
The state is creating a joint tribal-state court and convening an Alaska Native Focus Group to help reduce high rates of incarceration and recidivism for Alaska Natives.
Matanuska Electric Association has announced it's preferred alternative route for a transmission line through Wasilla, and the power company is offering the city's planning commission a wide range of choices.
The Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was put on lockdown this afternoon as security responded to a report of a suspicious person with a firearm near the hospital.
The Department of Corrections is convening an Alaska Native Focus Group to develop solutions for reducing recidivism for Alaska Natives. Alaska’s recidivism rate is 63 percent for everyone leaving the prison system. For Alaska Natives, it’s 74 percent.
Borough voters will have to wait until Monday on a decision on the mayor's race.
Salmon bycatch in the Gulf of Alaska trawl fishery has been under scrutiny since 2012, when the North Pacific Fishery Management Council proposed a revision in the Gulf trawl fishery's management structure. The Council is slowly making headway on the issue.